NIT Survey Finds Number of Women Truck Drivers Increased in 2017 May 10, 2018 NIT SURVEY FINDS NUMBER OF WOMEN TRUCK DRIVERS INCREASED IN 2017

A partnership between the Women in Trucking Association (WIT) and the National Transportation Institute (NIT) surveyed companies regarding the number of women in the industry, finding the figure to increase in 2017. In order to track information regarding the benefits, driver wages, retirement plans and other data, the two organizations surveyed hundreds of trucking firms. […]

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Healthy Eating for Truckers

Over-the-road truckers and even those who deliver goods on a daily basis can be challenged to eat a healthy diet and by the monotony of fast food. Diners, truck stops, convenience and fast food options are often higher in calories, fat and sodium derailing the best of intentions when it comes to healthy eating. Aim […]

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Used Truck Market Sluggish

A combination of factors has contributed to anemic pricing in the used truck market, including a flood of trucks hitting the market from the 2012 to 2015 model years, more efficient new big rigs packed with technology advances and a steady stream of older truckers leaving the business and liquidating their equipment. Analysts Jerry Revich […]

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GlobalTranz CFO Wins 2018 Women In Trucking Association’s Distinguished Woman in Logistics Award

Palm Desert, Calif. – April 10, 2018 – Women In Trucking Association (WIT) today announced Renee Krug, chief financial officer of GlobalTranz, as the winner of the fourth annual 2018 Women In Trucking Association’s Distinguished Woman in Logistics Award (DWLA). The announcement was made during the Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) 2018 “Capital Ideas” Conference and […]

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